Top Criminal Investigator Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Criminal Investigator. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Criminal Investigator resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.3% of Criminal Investigator resumes contained Criminal Investigations as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Criminal Investigator actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Criminal Investigator resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Criminal Investigations

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Here's how Criminal Investigations is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted and coordinated investigations that required thorough knowledge of all state and federal policies, regulations and laws concerning criminal investigations.
  • Supervised three subordinate special agents including counseling, personnel actions and finance operations, as well as conduct of criminal investigations.
  • Conducted criminal investigations of local, state and federal law violations using a variety of investigative techniques and undercover operations.
  • Developed criminal investigations and fraudulent activities based on Social and MVR reports for retail, corporations and private business sectors.
  • Conduct extensive surveillance, execute search warrants & assist Local/State and/or Federal agencies with drug related and other criminal investigations.
  • Directed all aspects of unit operations and maintained full accountability for large, complex criminal investigations in absence of Sergeant.
  • Authored numerous arrest warrants, arrest affidavits, search warrant applications and operational plans in furtherance of criminal investigations.
  • Conducted criminal Investigations on all Naval Facilities within our Area of Operations including extensive background investigations for security clearances.
  • Performed law enforcement duties as needed and continued to support the Criminal Investigations Division with investigative and technical assistance.
  • Plan and conduct criminal investigations of alleged fraud involving financial entities and provide technical assistance to law enforcement agencies.
  • Assisted in criminal investigations using computer systems designed for crime pattern analysis and traffic safety and evidence collection.
  • Volunteered for and completed 300 hours of advanced law enforcement training specially geared towards complex criminal investigations.
  • Conducted undercover criminal investigations to interrupt organized crime in the sale and trafficking of dangerous drugs.
  • Utilize confidential informants and work with HSI undercover agents to develop and further complex criminal investigations.
  • Developed information on suspects and targets of criminal investigations and prepared criminal investigations for future prosecution.
  • Collaborate closely with local and federal law enforcement agencies on the resolution of criminal investigations.
  • Conducted various criminal investigations, including larcenies, corruption, environmental crimes and drug investigations.
  • Conducted criminal investigations focused on adult and juvenile crimes; facilitated over 100 felony arrests.
  • Conducted private criminal investigations for disadvantage individuals and lawyers needing assistance with indigent clients.
  • Worked with other law enforcement departments and court agencies in conjunction with criminal investigations.

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2. Physical Evidence

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Here's how Physical Evidence is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Examined crime scenes to gather physical evidence and other information relevant to the identification and prosecution of violators of criminal laws
  • Applied procedures and protocols as related to processing physical evidence in furtherance of investigative work.
  • Developed, secured, and packaged physical evidence for evaluation and comparison.
  • Contributed to identifying, processing, and recovering physical evidence during investigations.
  • Gathered and compiled physical evidence pertinent to crimes under investigation.
  • Searched crime scenes for evidence, recorded crime scenes through photography and sketches, and collected and preserved physical evidence.
  • Completed a complete overhaul of the Evidence Repository, creating a better system to maintain and organize physical evidence.
  • Participated in over 100 search warrants and gathered physical evidence that was used to present to the grand jury.
  • Collected and preserved physical evidence in crime scenes occurring on property under the District of Columbia jurisdiction.
  • Compile evidence by observing suspects, interviewing witnesses, suspects, and examining physical evidence.
  • Seize and preserve physical evidence.

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3. Crime Scenes

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Here's how Crime Scenes is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Certified fingerprint identification technician analyzing suspect latent/patent fingerprints found at crime scenes and generating detailed and comprehensive reports of findings.
  • Processed crime scenes through a professionally organized and systematic approach.
  • Processed crime scenes and performed arrests interrogations of criminal suspects.
  • Interpret laboratory findings or test results to identify and classify substances, materials, or other evidence collected at crime scenes.
  • Processed crime scenes thoroughly, collected evidence and interviewed victims, witnesses and any other party involved in the violent crime.
  • Identify and quantify drugs or poisons found in biological fluids or tissues, in foods, or at crime scenes.
  • Conducted advanced examinations of crime scenes for evidence such as fingerprints, bloodstains, weapons, footprints and documents.
  • Applied expertise in locating, retrieving, and taking pictures of evidences as well as in mapping crime scenes.
  • Investigated felony crimes, processed crime scenes, and collected evidence, while properly documenting its chain of custody.
  • Photograph and diagram crime scenes when necessary, serve subpoenas to witnesses, and testify in court as needed.
  • Investigate crime scenes by interviewing witnesses, lifting latent prints, gathering DNA evidence, and photographing the scene.
  • Preserved and documented crime scenes to ensure that the collection of evidence meets established legal and professional standards.
  • Examined crime scenes to include the collection and preservation of evidence, documentation, photography and scene search.
  • Performed searches and processed crime scenes including crime scene drawing, recording and the collection of evidence.
  • Investigate leads, visit/photograph crime scenes, analyze evidence and/or evaluate defendant's / witness' statements.
  • Processed 45 crime scenes; identified, collected and processed over 150 pieces of critical drug evidence.
  • Assisted attorney's at crime scenes by taking photographs and making scaled drawings of incident locations.
  • Gathered information at crime scenes that was used in the preparation of arrest and search warrants.
  • Canvassed crime scenes, subpoenaed video footage, documents and witnesses on behalf of our clients.
  • Have a working knowledge of all crime scenes processing equipment, surveillance equipment, etc.

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4. Law Enforcement

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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Worked closely and participated in liaison activities with officials and employees of educational institutions and local and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Assisted other Federal, State and municipal law enforcement agencies by exchanging information, and assisting select agencies in actual investigations.
  • Conduct comprehensive database searches and collections within various government systems - supporting Department of Homeland Security Law Enforcement counter terrorism initiatives.
  • Reviewed phone records, financial records, insurance investigator reports and other law enforcement reports for developing and furthering investigations.
  • Established program goals and objectives relative to the implementation of comprehensive security, law enforcement and crime prevention programs.
  • Prepared reports of investigation and provided assistance and guidance to law enforcement personnel and prosecutors in case preparation.
  • Collaborated with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies/organizations on cross-jurisdictional issues related to criminal activity.
  • Conducted primary liaison coordination with federal, international, Korean, and Military Police law enforcement agencies.
  • Provided technical assistance to other law enforcement personnel by evaluating and discussing investigative problems and making suggestions.
  • Performed, in-depth analysis, coordination, monitoring and dissemination of law enforcement developments and trends.
  • Flight Sergeant (Shift Leader/Supervisor): Duties/Accomplishments: Directed daily law enforcement and security operations.
  • Reported critical information to and coordinated activities with other law enforcement offices and agencies when applicable.
  • Developed the company policy regarding law enforcement s response to active skimming devices on company property.
  • Support law enforcement investigations of terrorist financing, money laundering, and other significant financial crimes.
  • Position required that investigator be armed with full arrest authority as a federal law enforcement officer.
  • Assigned to the Detective Division, cooperatively conducted investigations with local law enforcement and prosecutors.
  • Develop partnerships with local law enforcement regarding licensed marijuana businesses and illegal marijuana operations.
  • Prepare law enforcement bulletins or other correspondence for release to the law enforcement community.
  • Ensured proper release of requested information from other civilian and military law enforcement agencies.
  • Conducted background investigations for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and other law enforcement agencies.

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5. Fraud Investigations

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Here's how Fraud Investigations is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Redesigned the operational investigative model resulting in an efficient and expeditious approach to the conduct of fraud investigations.
  • Major responsibilities included passport and visa fraud investigations in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Eastern Tennessee.
  • Conducted criminal investigations, BHA and other mandatory fraud investigations, interviews, and interrogations.
  • Consulted with import specialists and Customs inspectors when gathering information relative to import fraud investigations.
  • Investigate criminal complaints with a specialization in financial and fraud investigations.
  • Conducted and completed several VA benefits fraud investigations.
  • Conducted Criminal Investigations for defense attorneys, as well as Insurance Fraud investigations, and Civil Investigations for court proceedings.
  • Assigned to Ongoing Welfare Fraud Investigations Unit, working with Welfare Department responding to allegations of Welfare Fraud.
  • Assist other law enforcement agencies with fraud investigations and other white collar crime issues.
  • Performed criminal and administrative healthcare fraud investigations.
  • Core Responsibilities Served as a Special Agent in the Baltimore Fraud Investigations Group.

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6. Arrest Warrants

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Here's how Arrest Warrants is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted background investigations, executed search and arrest warrants, and investigated juvenile status offenses.
  • Work involving verification of information necessary to arrest/apprehend individuals on arrest warrants.
  • Prepared affidavits for and executed numerous search and arrest warrants.
  • Prepared and served subpoenas and executed search/arrest warrants.
  • Prepared and served search warrants and arrest warrants; prepared reports for use in preparation and prosecution of criminal and civil cases
  • Plan and conduct investigative activities including mobile and static surveillance, search and arrest warrants, and reports of investigation.
  • Obtain search and/or arrest warrants through the use of sworn affidavits and conduct searches/arrests in accordance with established policies.
  • Obtained and executed search and arrest warrants needed to collect additional evidence and to arrest suspects.
  • Served as Team Leader on numerous state and federal investigations, search warrants and arrest warrants.
  • Applied for indictments, arrest warrants, summonses, criminal information, court orders and subpoenas.
  • Obtain Arrest Warrants, Search Warrants, Subpoenas, and Court Orders for various investigations.
  • Prepared affidavits for court approved electronic intercepts for search, seizure, and arrest warrants.
  • Supervised and maintained crime scenes, served arrest warrants, and conducted search warrants.
  • Conducted searches and seizures, and made apprehensions as authorized by proper arrest warrants.
  • Executed arrest warrants, search warrants, and other legal processes of the court.
  • Executed search and seizure operations, serving subpoenas and arrest warrants as needed.
  • Served arrest warrants and prepared and executed hundreds of search warrants as necessary.
  • Draft complex legal documents to include Affidavits, Arrest Warrants and Search Warrants.
  • Obtained and used search and arrest warrants; carried firearms and made arrests.
  • Obtained and executed search and arrest warrants of more than 15 suspected persons.

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7. Criminal Acts

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Here's how Criminal Acts is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Analyzed criminal complaints and determined certain patterns and trends of those criminal acts.
  • Interviewed 50+ people about the commission or witnessing of criminal acts.
  • Interviewed and Interrogated suspects, and witnesses to criminal acts.
  • Interview witnesses, suspects, victims and informants in regard to criminal acts in an effort to solve cases.
  • Recovered stolen merchandise and apprehend shoplifters and other people who commit fraud or other criminal acts against the company.
  • Interviewed witnesses, victims, and suspects, in order to gather facts relevant to criminal acts.

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8. Child Abuse

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Here's how Child Abuse is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Engaged, led and managed investigations suspected adult/child abuse.
  • Integrated with State Child Protection and Family Advocacy Programs to develop, plan and evaluate adult/child abuse and neglect programs.
  • Assisted with sex offense, child abuse, rape investigations and sex offender registration in over 3,000 investigations.
  • Trained and certified in conducting a MN Court mandated forensic child abuse interview.
  • Conduct investigation of allegations of sexual assaults or child abuse and assaults.
  • Certified as investigating agent of Sexual Crimes and Child Abuse.
  • Supervised multi-agency task force investigating child abuse Developed written protocol/unit policy

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9. Homicide

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Here's how Homicide is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Provided direction and guidance on several high-profile homicide investigations, as well as numerous additional criminal and narcotics investigations.
  • Served as a lead detective with the responsibility of conducting criminal investigations involving homicides and other violent crime offenses.
  • Conducted many complex homicide investigations which were high profile in nature and had received tremendous media attention and scrutiny.
  • Completed extensive investigations of drug activity and homicides related to continuing criminal enterprises and racketeering influence and corrupt organizations.
  • Lead criminal investigations into multiple homicides related to businesses, gang activity, unknown offenders and domestic situations.
  • Responded as a supervisor for preliminary investigations involving Aggravated Robberies, Crimes Against children/persons, and Homicides.
  • Investigate complex criminal organizations, to include narcotics trafficking, organized auto crimes and homicide.
  • Recognized for outstanding investigative efforts in resolving a brutal homicide investigation.
  • Planned and orchestrated homicide, violent crime and juvenile investigations.
  • Located and arrested homicide suspect in cooperation with case investigators.
  • Initiate and lead as case fact investigator on all homicide and serious case assignments appointed to the Office of Public Defender.
  • Oversee all aspects criminal investigations to include, homicides, robberies, burglaries, frauds, and vice and narcotics cases.
  • Investigated 600+ criminal cases including homicide, white-collar fraud, immigration violations, burglary, sexual assault, and domestic violence.
  • Provided direction and coordination of investigating burglaries, auto theft, robbery, and homicide cases from implementation to conclusion.
  • Investigate crimes against persons, property, such as homicide, suicide, burglaries, child abuse cases, etc.
  • Investigate homicide, robbery, bank robbery, sexual assaults, personal crimes, and internal investigations for the agency.
  • Investigated known or suspected criminals or facts of multiple cases, including homicide cases, to detect criminal activity.
  • Conducted investigations involving Internet crimes, Property Crimes, Financial Crimes, Homicide, Robbery, Assault and Burglary.
  • Responded to serious crimes against persons such as assaults, suicides and homicides and followed up throughout the investigation.
  • Investigated, solved, and successfully prosecuted investigations for homicide, sexual assaults, and financial and property crimes.

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10. Background Checks

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Here's how Background Checks is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Collaborated with international law enforcement and intelligence agencies to conduct security background checks of incoming non-base personnel.
  • Investigate state/national criminal background checks and administer urinary and hair follicle drug testing.
  • Conduct background checks and personal history investigations.
  • Recorded finger and palm prints of individuals for security background checks or other purposes by mechanical or electronic means.
  • Interviewed, interrogated, conducted background checks, and cold calls for numerous cases on a daily bases.
  • Conducted background checks on persons of interest using NCIC, LexisNexis, and other investigative databases.
  • Performed background checks and conducted research using the Lexis/Nexus system and the Internet.
  • Trained on FBI data base (ACJIS) running Criminal background checks.
  • Scheduled interviews and background checks for prospective employees; prepared contract proposals.
  • Perform background checks and research using public and private access.
  • Conduct background checks and take photos of new employees.
  • Processed incident reports, background checks and received payments.
  • Received and processed requests for criminal background checks.
  • Performed background checks for cases as needed.Assisted in the investigation of complicated criminal and civil law violations within Cook County.
  • Experienced in Computer research of Criminal Histories and background checks.

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11. Grand Jury

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Here's how Grand Jury is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conduct police and public official misconduct investigations, grand jury investigations.
  • Testified before Grand Jury concerning criminal and civil activity investigations.
  • Review and approve reports of investigation and interviews, and requests for issuance of Inspector General and Grand Jury Subpoenas.
  • Aided attorneys and legal staff in preparing clients and defense witnesses for grand jury testimony, cross-examination, and trial.
  • Testified in Grand Jury matters, court, and administrative proceedings regarding investigative steps, findings and conclusions drawn.
  • Orchestrated all follow-up of investigations, including reports, case presentations, trial preparation, and trial/grand jury testimonies.
  • Participate in grand jury investigations of potential criminal actions and serve as a special agent of the grand jury.
  • Prepare case files and review all officer's case files in preparation for grand jury indictment and trial.
  • Prepare extensive investigative reports for review by the local District Attorney and submission to convening Grand Jury.
  • Provided sworn testimony in both Federal and state court proceedings including Grand Jury and criminal trial testimony.
  • Provided detailed case testimony for Grand Jury, Juvenile, State, Superior and US District Courts.
  • Analyzed date and communicated findings to colleagues and presented them in grand jury trial settings.
  • Conducted interviews, devised visual and electronic lineups, presented cases to the Grand Jury.
  • Prepare legal documentation of cases that were held to the action of the grand jury.
  • Prepared Grand Jury packages and testified before the Grand Jury and other court proceedings.
  • Developed witness interview summaries to cross check statements for grand jury and trial proceeding.
  • Testify before the Grand Jury, Circuit Court and other courts as needed.
  • Obtained and presented evidence and testimony in Federal court and the Grand Jury.
  • Provided testimony before the grand jury and at trial proceedings when necessary.
  • Testify in grand jury or criminal trials in state and/or federal court.

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12. Police Department

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Here's how Police Department is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Established community contacts used to assist the Wilmington Police Department with various surveillance points or other listening posts for criminal intelligence.
  • Conducted criminal background investigations, searched the Internet for criminal records, called courts and police departments to verify information
  • Collaborate with municipal police departments to more effectively investigate cases.
  • Worked in conjunction with investigators and police department.
  • Supervised and utilized six confidential informants, three of which were officially designated as reliable informants to the Savannah Police Department.
  • Maintained 100 percent accountability of all evidence while delegated as the Alternate Evidence Custodian for the Fort Campbell Police Department.
  • Worked on various committees to include projects with internal department sections, city departments and the UT Arlington Police Department.
  • Assist in planning, coordinating and conducting training programs relating to investigative techniques and policies for police department staff.
  • Networked with police departments, airports and hotels nationwide to track suspects entering and leaving the city.
  • Coordinate and conduct liaison with neighboring police departments to include Delaware State Police and local PA departments.
  • Assisted in developing internal programs, plans, and procedures for 152 Veterans Affairs Police Departments.
  • Represented the police department at meetings, conferences, and other public functions as needed.
  • Assisted various police departments in conducting suspicious claims and reports filed with police departments.
  • Implemented templates for Pen Register Court Orders and Applications for the police department.
  • Assumed command of the police department in the absence of the chief.
  • Support and manage the day to day operation of the police department.
  • Served as liaison with local police departments and counterpart agencies.
  • Conducted dozer and backhoe work in the oil field on the side while being employed with the Wharton Police Department.
  • Improved upon police department tactics and training.Title Progression: Commander 2008-2014; Sergeant 2002-2008; Detective 1996-2002; Officer 1993-1996
  • Key Results: Investigated and solved several investigations during my tenure at the Aberdeen Police Department.

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13. Court Hearings

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Here's how Court Hearings is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Organized sensitive and complex case information for court hearings and trials.
  • Secured witnesses for court hearings and testifying at trial via subpoenas.
  • Assisted ADA's in preparing for court hearings and trials.
  • Testified at court hearings, assisted legal counsel during trials/court hearings and helped prepareclients/witnesses for courtroom testimony.
  • Assist 13th Circuit prosecutors by locating victims, defendants and witnesses for upcoming criminal court hearings and trials.
  • Testify in court hearings related to these digital forensic investigations and the validity of suspect media image acquisitions.

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14. Robbery

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Here's how Robbery is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Assisted with Bank Robbery and Kidnapping investigation that led across state lines and resulted in over 100 years combined federal time.
  • Investigated all major crimes (Robbery, Sexual Assault, Theft, Traffic Violations, Drugs, etc.).
  • Collected, tagged and preserved evidence in felony cases such as murder,robbery, and burglaries and thefts.
  • Lead a multi-agency effort and gained arrests and convictions in multiple armed robbery and commercial burglary rings.
  • Key contributor as investigator for serial armed robbery cases with multiple suspects arrested at the conclusion of investigation.
  • Trained tellers to follow procedures and accurately describe suspects after robbery.

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15. Firearms

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Here's how Firearms is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Coordinated and conducted firearms training.
  • Assigned as one of two firearms instructors for the ADA County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
  • Developed a training curriculum for Special Agents and policy for firearms training.
  • Served as a Firearms Instructor at the Bergen County Police Academy.
  • Exposed Ecstasy drug ring on base finding illegal firearms and drugs.
  • Served as Firearms Instructor, tech equipment agent and outreach coordinator.
  • Served as Lead Supervisor over ammunition and firearms in Iraq.
  • Conducted police training and legal updates, including firearms.
  • Performed duty as State Certified Firearms Trainer.
  • Served as US Customs Service Firearms Instructor.
  • Carry and qualify with firearms.
  • Trained BLM agents and officers in firearms and defensive tactics including semi-annual firearms re-qualifications and semi-annual defensive tactics refresher training.
  • Maintained firearms proficiency records and training records for assigned investigators.
  • Conducted Dignitary Protection duties Firearms and basic tactics instructor
  • Completed multiple firearms proficiency/safety training.
  • Trained public safety officers in basic SLED I Private Security Officers Trained public safety officers in SLED II, III firearms.
  • Lead firearms instructor conducting the Glock transition for course for operational personnel.
  • Maintained training records/certifications of all officers Maintained Glock Firearms in working condition Investigated all criminal activity on the University campus
  • Process Service PROFESSIONAL ENHANCEMENT COURSES MEB Baton Training Interview/Surveillance Techniques Enhanced Firearms Training
  • Uniformed Patrol Field Training Officer Crisis Intervention Team Officer Bike Officer Airport Containment Team (SWAT) Criminal Investigator-Current Position Firearms Instructor

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16. Undercover Operations

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Here's how Undercover Operations is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Examined scenes for clues and evidence; provided supervision/direction to police officers at crime scene investigations or during undercover operations.
  • Investigate drug related crimes, do undercover operations, do surveillance operations as needed including stationary and rolling surveillance.
  • Performed undercover operations involving physical and electronic surveillance (Title III Wire Monitoring).
  • Planned, and/or participated in covert and overt surveillance and undercover operations.
  • Conducted investigations in foreign countries and worked extensively in undercover operations.
  • Used advanced investigative techniques involving technical surveillance and undercover operations.
  • Participated in undercover operations including physical and electronic surveillance.
  • Maintained list of confidential informants for undercover operations.
  • Conduct undercover operations throughout Colorado.
  • Performed undercover operations, search warrants, and search databases to conduct background investigation and analyze information for court cases.
  • Participate in covert and overt surveillance and undercover operations to include interviewing suspects, complaints, victims and witnesses.
  • Performed countless undercover operations accomplishing drug buys, drug sales, as well as vice operations.
  • Conduct covert investigations through the use of surveillance, informants, and undercover operations.
  • Provided direct support to the Drug Suppression Team during undercover operations.
  • Investigate all misdemeanor and felony level cases Experience in undercover operations Demonstrated experience working with multiple joint task force operations

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17. Financial Crimes

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Here's how Financial Crimes is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Assigned to a variety of investigations centered around significant violent, property and financial crimes.
  • Work directly with local jurisdictions assisting with persons/property/financial crimes investigations.
  • Investigate financial crimes and other criminal activity within North Carolina.
  • Document findings via Suspicions Activity Report summaries for submission to the Department of Treasury s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.
  • Conducted Grand Jury financial crimes investigations for cases involving multiple victims or suspects and large amounts of money.
  • Testify in court cases involving the financial crimes that were solved Prepare and maintain reports of investigation results.
  • Served as lead investigator for financial crimes, as well as various related issues.
  • Conducted special investigations, regarding high profile crimes against persons and complex financial crimes.
  • Conduct complex investigations related to persons, property, and financial crimes.
  • Investigated white collar financial crimes.
  • Conducted white collar, financial crimes investigations including embezzlements, larceny, public corruption.
  • Use various analytical techniques to resolve allegations of complex financial crimes.
  • assigned to complex white collar organized financial crimes and arsons for profit.

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18. Government Agencies

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Here's how Government Agencies is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted felony criminal investigations within the Department of the Army, Department of Defense and other government agencies when necessary.
  • Request and gather records regarding clients and witnesses from medical facilities, schools, government agencies, and businesses.
  • Receive referrals from local government agencies: FBI, OIG, US Attorney to investigate Medicaid and Medicare claims.
  • Interfaced with government agencies and general counsel for medical facilities as well as victim's families.
  • Act as a liaison between prosecutor's office, other government agencies and private entities.
  • Serve subpoenas to witnesses and government agencies for trial.

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19. Domestic Violence

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Here's how Domestic Violence is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Investigated a variety of crimes, including financial fraud, assault, theft, burglary, armed robbery and domestic violence.
  • Conducted an ambitious program to inform youths of the dire consequences of domestic violence and of extended stays behind bars.
  • Investigate all property crimes, misdemeanor assaults / battery cases and domestic violence cases that occurred in Central Precinct.
  • Investigate all crimes in Lancaster county involving sexual assault, child abuse, child sexual assaults and domestic violence.
  • Assisted victims of domestic violence: men, women and children in filing detailed reports acceptable to courts.
  • Conduct investigations involving domestic violence, misdemeanor drug cases, and adoption and child abuse and neglect cases.
  • Served as a member of federal, state and local domestic violence and drug task forces.

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20. DEA

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Here's how DEA is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Briefed visitors on numerous highly-visible criminal investigations and developments dealing with Mexican Cartel and criminal gang involvement in kidnappings and murders.
  • Prepared complex criminal investigative reports for various criminal justice agencies, ensuring full compliance with agency requirements and tight deadlines.
  • Conducted background investigations and interviews of individuals applying for support positions within DEA.
  • Complete investigations and research regarding inmate deaths.
  • Closed over 100 suspicious death investigations successfully.
  • Conducted criminal investigations of drug abuse, fraud, sexual assault, counter intelligence, death, and other nefarious activities.
  • Authorized access to interview defendants and witnesses located across the United States in jails, state prisons and federal death row.
  • Executed over 50 Undercover Operations involving purchasing Controlled Substances and convicting multiple Controlled Substance dealers in the Northern New York area.
  • Cultivated and developed narcotics cases as lead investigator in an undercover capacity on a State and Federal level (DEA).
  • Conducted interviews and interrogations dealing with major felony cases, and assisted various law enforcement agencies within the judicial circuit.
  • Certified K9 handler, Investigated Mexican drug Cartels, DEA Specialized training, investigated drug trafficking and smuggling activities.
  • Followed up on investigations related to violent crimes including robbery, rape, and assault with a deadly weapon.
  • Conducted a myriad of felony- level criminal investigations from assaults, deaths, larceny, narcotics and espionage.
  • Provided expert guidance on all facets of forensics on death investigations and other serious, complex criminal investigations.
  • Team leader for base drug suppression team; identified and neutralized 12 drug dealers operating on Hill AFB.
  • Assisted the Air Force Office of Special Investigations with numerous cases ranging from wrongful death to attempted murder.
  • Investigated major narcotics dealers in the St. Louis, Missouri, and various areas of the United States.
  • Monitored complex Controlled Substance database resulting in increase targeting of Controlled Substance users and dealers on Fort Drum.
  • Assisted Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) in felony investigations involving murder, death, and rape.
  • Represent the agency at formal meetings with outside organizations on matters dealing with security and protective services.

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21. Commander

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Here's how Commander is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Partnered with installation commanders, military police, and local authorities to provide expert guidance during investigations.
  • Worked as the Metro Narcotics Commander, Juvenile Detention Facility Leader, Criminal Investigation Division.
  • Prepare detailed formal written reports and provided case briefings to Battalion Commanders and Military Prosecutors.
  • Performed duties as security forces On-Scene/Incident Commander for on-base major accidents and natural disasters.
  • Watch Commander/Supervisor responsible for managerial functions as well as operational duties.
  • Provided briefings to Commanders and legal personnel concerning ongoing investigations.
  • Reviewed commander's payroll's for accurate timekeeping information.
  • Insure we obtain Commanders after action reports and that they are placed in the investigative file for documentation.
  • Provided detailed briefings to military Commanders and their staff, Staff Judge Advocates, and other legal personnel.
  • Presented matters of facts to Air Force Commanders, Staff Judge Advocates, and United States Attorneys.
  • Developed and implemented policy and procedures in support of Commander's vision, mission and intent.
  • Assisted with the budget process after commander's submitted required information from their units for review.
  • Support both installation and Marine Air Ground Task Force commanders.
  • Task Force Commander in charge of high profile cases.
  • Report to Ministry of Justice and Commander GNG.
  • Maintained liaison with Commanders and Staff Judge Advocates.
  • Directed Force Protection operations as primary unit Antiterrorism, risk assessment and risk management advisor to the unit commander.
  • Used covert surveillances, controlled buys, etc Provided budgets for the unit and worked closely with the Unit Commander.

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22. Identity Theft

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Here's how Identity Theft is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Produced an Identity Theft Packet to ensure consistent execution of team investigatory processes.
  • Testify as needed on identity theft before Colorado House of Representatives and Senate.
  • Conducted investigations involving violations of bank fraud and identity theft.
  • Conducted joint investigations with United States Postal Inspector (USPIS) concerning forgery, identity theft, and theft of mail.
  • Investigated crimes related to White Collar Crimes, Credit Card Fraud, Embezzlement, Identity Theft, and Child Pornography.
  • Provided expert consulting and speak on identity theft, including on a national level.
  • Key member of Identity Theft Task Force and Financial Management Work Plan Groups
  • Major Accomplishments Lead the investigation of an online identity theft case that resulted in the exposure of an international criminal organization.

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23. Interview Witnesses

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Here's how Interview Witnesses is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Interview witnesses/inmates/offenders/staff regarding any issues and ongoing investigations.
  • Interview witnesses, victims, and clients in correctional facility settings, private homes, and on the telephone.
  • Interview witnesses, defendants, informants, co- defendants, victims, suspects, and other relevant parties.
  • Review police reports, organize cases files, interview witnesses, and prepare case files for trial.
  • Interview witnesses and suspects and interrogates criminals, makes arrests, processes and transports persons arrested.
  • Interview witnesses and subjects of investigations taking notes and prepare written reports of those interviews.
  • Collect evidence, interview witnesses and suspects, and testify in district and superior court.
  • Locate and interview witnesses, including the defendant and law enforcement personnel.
  • Interview witnesses and document their statements in official police reports.
  • Interview witnesses and victims, and interrogate suspects.
  • Locate and interview witnesses for cases and trials.
  • Interview witnesses, client, and informants.
  • Interview witnesses and victims in criminal cases.
  • Locate and interview witnesses, serve subpoenas.
  • Interview witnesses or suspects and take statements.
  • Analyze crime scenes, interview witnesses/suspects.
  • Interview witnesses and question suspects.

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24. Confidential Informants

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Here's how Confidential Informants is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Review, analyze, and vet subsequent investigative criminal investigation reports, documented investigative expenditures and confidential informants.
  • Train new agents in initiating investigations, gathering confidential informants and working in an undercover capacity.
  • Identify, develop and utilize various types of investigative sources, including confidential informants.
  • Documented and management of confidential informants.
  • Recruited and operated numerous sources/confidential informants.
  • Recruited and managed confidential informants/sources.
  • Developed and debriefed confidential informants.
  • Followed up on tips received from various sources, including patrol officers, community members, and confidential informants.
  • Interviewed victims, witnesses and defendants, maintained contact with confidential informants and varied sources of information.
  • Work with and Managing Confidential Informants, obtaining information for drug search warrants.
  • Developed relationships of trust with confidential informants that led to multiple case closures.
  • Developed confidential informants whose information led to searches, seizures, and arrests.
  • Cultivate, develop, and maintain confidential informants.
  • Supervised highly sensitive, dangerous undercover investigations utilizing surveillances, confidential informants, wiretaps, street rips etc.

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25. Internal Investigations

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Here's how Internal Investigations is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conduct administrative and criminal internal investigations involving employee, contractor, and civilian misconduct for alleged violations of policy and law.
  • Conducted internal investigations for Soldier or Detainee violations Conducted and assisted in re-patriot soldiers returning from war.
  • Conducted internal investigations as they related to traffic accidents with government owned vehicles.
  • Conduct internal investigations related to employee impropriety.
  • Investigate felony crimes and internal investigations.
  • Conduct employee background and internal investigations
  • Served as a Certified Field Training Officer and conducted internal investigations on employees for breach of standard operating procedures and policies.
  • Conduct internal investigations involving employees and alleged crimes committed by police officers as directed by the Sheriff or District Attorney.
  • Conducted interviews, interrogations, internal investigations of police abuse, civil rights violations, and sexual harassment.
  • Conduct confidential internal investigations for companies both in the U.S. and abroad.
  • Conducted and led internal investigations of employees.

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26. Administrative Hearings

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Here's how Administrative Hearings is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Testified at jury-trials and administrative hearings.
  • Testified in judicial and administrative hearings.
  • Identify, Document, Collect, Package, and Prepare Evidence for Presentation in Criminal Legal Proceedings and Administrative Hearings.
  • Testify as a government witness in court settings in criminal cases, and at administrative hearings in non-criminal cases.
  • Testified before federal and state grand juries, courts, or administrative hearings on facts of investigative cases.
  • Prepare thorough and complete case reports of investigations for use in testimony at criminal and administrative hearings.
  • Testified in Grand Juries, Magistrate Courts, Courts-Martial, and Administrative Hearings.
  • Testified before juries, courts, and administrative hearings regarding investigation results.
  • Testified and presented evidence before grand juries, courts and administrative hearings.
  • Prepare for and Testify in Criminal Legal Proceedings and Administrative Hearings.
  • Testified under oath in administrative hearings and criminal court cases.
  • Testified in grand jury hearings and administrative hearings .

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27. Federal Courts

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Here's how Federal Courts is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Organized case files and testified in local courts, state general sessions courts, state criminal courts and in federal courts.
  • Executed warrants of arrests; testifying in state and federal courts and before grand juries in connection with insurance fraud.
  • Testified in municipal, county, state and federal courts.
  • Testified at all levels of state and federal courts.
  • Testify in state and federal courts.Experience/Training:
  • Conducted undercover duties, develope major conspiracy cases for Federal courts.

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28. Exchange Information

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Here's how Exchange Information is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Prepared reports that detailed investigation findings and collaborated with other offices and agencies in order to exchange information and coordinate activities.
  • Collaborated with other offices and agencies in order to exchange information and coordinate activities.
  • Collaborated with other agencies and fellow investigators to exchange information and coordinate activities.
  • Collaborated with other offices and agencies to exchange information and coordinate activities.

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29. DOD

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Here's how DOD is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Reserve Special Agent responsible for supporting executive protection missions for top DoD Officials and providing investigative support as needed.
  • Adhere to laws/regulations/DoD Policies to include merit principles/EEO/safety and security responsibilities.
  • Provided polygraph examinations for DoD personnel.
  • Planned and supervised efforts to enhance the conduct of law enforcement, investigative, and other related programs in the DoD.
  • Planned, organized, and conducted complex inspections of organizations within PFPA to ensure compliance with agency and DoD policy.
  • Planned and executed criminal investigations originating from requests by the DoD Inspector General (IG) or the DISA Director.
  • Served as liaison to the dignitary's advance agent, and ensured adequate DOD Police support.
  • Briefed PFPA management and DoD officials when warranted as to the progress of current investigations.
  • Provided police services and community policing for 4,700 military and DoD personnel and their families.
  • Required prepare SD testimony for the DODIG and Senior DODIG officials for congressional hearings.
  • Crafted/delivered in-depth briefs to military personnel, and senior DoD leaders concerning crime trends.
  • Developed DIACAP artifacts to support DOD 8500.2, IA Controls.
  • Maintained a DoD Top Secret / SCI clearance (SSBI-PR 08/2011, PPR 12/2015).
  • Initiated the relationshipbetween USAID and the DoD Special Access Programs Office (DOD SAPCO) and liaised with the IC.

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30. Police Reports

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Here's how Police Reports is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Secure, review/analyze police reports, written statements/depositions and prepare court documents/subpoenas.
  • Verify information found on police reports for accuracy.
  • Handled incoming and outgoing calls/ police reports for investigators.
  • Review all police reports and approve/disapprove as needed.
  • Researched conflicts within police reports.
  • Completed all police reports, arrest reports and supplemental investigative documentation.

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31. Auto Theft

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Here's how Auto Theft is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Verified vehicle identification numbers to combat auto theft.
  • Experience in General Investigations, Money Laundering, Arson, Auto Theft, Trial Support and the Narcotics Investigative Units.
  • Conducted joint fraud investigations with the Phoenix PD Auto Theft Unit involving the fraudulent purchase and theft of vehicles.
  • Worked for 17 years in Criminal Investigation Division and prior to that as an auto theft investigator.
  • Started the Bureau's Auto Theft Unit.
  • Investigated auto theft, arrested and debriefed identified persons.

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32. Ncic

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Here's how Ncic is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted automated criminal record checks via access to TIES and NCIC with certification by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
  • Initiated and conducted background investigations on staff, inmates and newly issued warrants through the use of NCIC.
  • Operated GCIC and NCIC computer terminal; initiated investigations as directed.
  • Served as Terminal Agency Coordinator (TAC) of GCIC/NCIC systems.
  • Collected data and entered information into theNational Crime Information Center (NCIC) computer system.
  • Used NCIC and other resources regularly to conduct background investigations for ongoing cases.

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33. ATF

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Here's how ATF is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Liaised with other agencies through Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings, and partnered with FBI and ATF agents during investigations.
  • Received Department of Justice and ATF awards.
  • Determined milestones and implementation schedules for validated software and hardware fielding on all Windows server and individual system platforms.
  • Participated in the formation of Academic and Business Alliance platforms to facilitate Insider Threat information dissemination.
  • Initiated/maintained partnerships between ATF and local, Federal and international law enforcement agencies.
  • Performed regular patrols of platforms, elevators, and stairways using computerized verification wand.

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34. Crime Victims

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Here's how Crime Victims is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Traveled throughout the Bronx collecting sworn statements from crime victims and witnesses.
  • Execute arrest warrants and search warrants, conduct meetings with crime victims in order to further investigations
  • Conduct investigations into property crimes, crimes against people, and narcotic cases, conduct meetings with crime victims and informants.
  • Interview and take statements of crime victims and witnesses - Completed Reid School of interviewing techniques
  • Interviewed crime victims and witnesses and interrogated suspects to compile case data.
  • Interview crime victims and witnesses in order to gather information.

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35. Public Corruption

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Here's how Public Corruption is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Investigated organized crime, public corruption, financial crime, and other violations of federal or state statutes.
  • Investigate allegations of public corruption, bribery, cost mischarging, false claims, and other white collar offenses.
  • Investigate public corruption/fraud associated to government contracts/government officials/contractors.
  • Directed, planned, organized and conducted investigations involving public corruption, economic crimes, foreign counter-intelligence and counter-proliferation matters.
  • Managed and participated in all aspects of conducting civil rights and public corruption investigations to enforce federal law.
  • Initiated international investigation on foreign nationals involved in the movement of narcotics, illicit proceeds and public corruption.

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36. Federal Bureau

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Here's how Federal Bureau is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted joint investigations with Social Security Administration (SSA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
  • Review and analyze Federal Bureau Investigation's Fingerprint reports; including knowledge of state statutes and sentencing guidelines.
  • Managed 13 Investigators and served as liaison to Federal Bureau of Investigation and IRS-CID.
  • Work closely with Federal Bureau of Investigation to investigate serial bank robberies.
  • task force and worked joint investigations of organized crime with Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Served as liaison with civilian law enforcement agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Defense Criminal Investigative Service.

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37. Secret Service

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Here's how Secret Service is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Managed the Asset Forfeiture Division travel and training budget for the Secret Service.
  • Presented with the Director's Award from the Director of the Secret Service
  • Investigated over 60 cases within the jurisdiction of the Secret Service.
  • Officer in Charge: Coordination with U.S. Secret Service Ref.
  • Assigned to the United States Secret Service's Electronic Crimes Task Force based out of the Washington Field Office.
  • Examined information reported by covert and overt foreign sources: Monitored and coordinated protective intelligence investigations with foreign-based Secret Service offices.

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38. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Investigated reports of Medicaid Fraud in the State of Washington involving Individual Providers, Medical Professionals and Distributors.
  • Perform intake complaint leads regarding Medicaid Provider Fraud and develop written investigative reports on information given.
  • Enter all gathered information into the Medicaid Investigation Division case tracking system for future investigations.
  • Investigate and audit providers in the Texas Medicaid program for aberrant behavior and characteristics.
  • Queried, examined and analyzed Medicaid claims data to support investigations and findings.
  • Perform detailed interviews of Medicaid Recipients and follow-up with written investigative reports.
  • Investigated allegations of Medicaid service provider fraud in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
  • Participated in investigations of allegations of fraud in the Welfare, Food Stamp, and Medicaid programs in New York City.
  • Served as a liaison with other state and federal agencies, and organizations involved in the Texas Medicaid program.
  • Investigate allegations of Medicaid and Medicare Fraud including, but not limited to, fraud, theft and conspiracy.
  • Perform surveillance on suspected persons for fraud and abuse of the Medicare and Medicaid program.
  • Investigated reports of crimes against Vulnerable Adults receiving Medicaid Funding in the State of Washington.
  • Reviewed billings of Medicaid providers to look for indications or trends of fraudulent practices.
  • Researched various Medicaid Program manuals, medical procedure code manuals (CPT) and relevant administrative manuals .
  • Extract and analyze Medicaid claims data from Truven Analytics Data Warehouse and NCTracks on Medicaid Providers and Medicaid Recipients.

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39. Detail Investigation Findings

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Here's how Detail Investigation Findings is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Prepare reports that detail investigation findings.
  • Prepare reports that detail investigation findings Obtained and verify evidence by interviewing and observing suspects and witnesses or by analyzing records.

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40. Court Testimony

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Here's how Court Testimony is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Provide case related court testimony when necessary.
  • Investigate Origin and Cause of over 100 fires and provide expert court testimony as needed.
  • Assisted in court testimony hearings, apprehension, and the detention of suspects involved.
  • Prepared and provided court testimony in cases involving fraud and white collar crimes.
  • Required court testimony in grand jury and trials when needed.
  • Subject to court subpoenas and summons that require court testimony.
  • Provided daily written records and court testimony.
  • Provide court testimony as needed.

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41. IRS

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Here's how IRS is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Conducted, and/or participated in several investigations pertaining to law enforcement internal affairs, and of high ranking officials.
  • Conducted general investigations in crimes perpetrated against individuals and property, including narcotics and internal affairs.
  • Developed written recommendations on special projects to enhance Internal Affairs missions and briefed high-level officials.
  • Conduct Internal Affairs Investigations on Officer Misconduct and oversee major criminal investigation.
  • Conducted internal affairs investigations for misconduct and policy violations.
  • Conducted Internal Affairs Investigations of Law Enforcement personnel.
  • Conducted Criminal and Internal Affairs investigations.
  • Spearheaded the creation of a Department of the Army Criminal Investigator Direct Accession Program; a historical first for the organization.
  • Prepared detailed investigative reports, which were maintained in the Automated Criminal Information Reporting System (ACIRS) database system.
  • Provide oversight and guidance of Bureau Internal Affairs Programs, to ensure reporting of misconduct of Department Law Enforcement Officers.
  • Conducted force protection and CT support for humanitarian workers, army civil affairs teams and engineers working in northern Uganda.
  • Ranked first or second among unit investigators, initiating an average of 100 annual criminal cases as lead department investigator.
  • Key member of an elite 30 member detail covering the daily lives and movement of the Governor and First Family.
  • Received training in tactical combat operations, land navigation, first aid/ survival techniques, and military convoy operations.
  • Prepared and served IRS Administrative Summonses and Grand Jury Subpoenas to obtain books, records, and statements.
  • Testified as expert witness in federal cases, directly resulting in first life sentence passed for drug selling.
  • Instructed with the Training Manager for the Department of Prisons, First Line Supervision and Organizational Mid-Management programs.
  • Administer first aid when necessary, including use of oxygen, CPR and other equipment and techniques.
  • Assisted in creating DOI Internal Affairs policy and for reviewing and approving IA policy of the bureaus.
  • Rescue and render first aid to the injured, and summon ambulances and other law enforcement vehicles.

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42. State Statutes

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Here's how State Statutes is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Maintain an in-depth knowledge of federal and state statutes and court cases related to work performed and agency rules and regulations.
  • Enforced state statutes, administrative codes and county ordinances.
  • Researched and utilized federal and state statutes as well as violations of the Code of Federal Regulations .

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43. Uniform Code

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Here's how Uniform Code is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Investigated violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, federal and state laws affecting the apprehension of criminal offenders.
  • Interviewed witnesses and interrogates persons suspected of committing major violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Apprehended military and civilian violators of state, federal statutes and Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Prepared judicially sound cases for prosecution under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • United States Army, Various Duty Stations, Various Enforce the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
  • Conducted investigations of infractions against the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

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44. Local Agencies

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Here's how Local Agencies is used in Criminal Investigator jobs:
  • Coordinated with various state and local agencies to establish a mutual-aid assistance to facilitate fugitive apprehensions.
  • Worked jointly with federal, state and local agencies to investigate and prosecute those alleged to be committing fraud.
  • Manage major crime scenes as well as work side by side with other state, federal and local agencies.
  • Conducted training for other State and local agencies in the investigation of fire cause and origin.
  • Assisted local agencies in following ICS and NIMS procedures during large scale wildfires.
  • Maintained liaison with Military leaders, lawyers and state and local agencies.
  • Establish relationships with local agencies as well as marijuana industry leaders.
  • Coordinate with Federal, State and Local agencies in complex investigations.
  • Work directly with federal, state and local agencies.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Criminal Investigator

Criminal Investigations21.8%
Physical Evidence13.3%
Crime Scenes12.5%
Law Enforcement11.2%
Fraud Investigations7.3%
Arrest Warrants6%
Criminal Acts3.3%
Child Abuse3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Criminal Investigator

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Criminal Investigations
Criminal Investigations
19.3%
19.3%
2
2
Physical Evidence
Physical Evidence
11.8%
11.8%
3
3
Crime Scenes
Crime Scenes
11.1%
11.1%
4
4
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
9.9%
9.9%
5
5
Fraud Investigations
Fraud Investigations
6.5%
6.5%
6
6
Arrest Warrants
Arrest Warrants
5.3%
5.3%
7
7
Criminal Acts
Criminal Acts
2.9%
2.9%
8
8
Child Abuse
Child Abuse
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Homicide
Homicide
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Background Checks
Background Checks
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Grand Jury
Grand Jury
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Police Department
Police Department
2%
2%
13
13
Court Hearings
Court Hearings
2%
2%
14
14
Robbery
Robbery
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
Firearms
Firearms
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Undercover Operations
Undercover Operations
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Financial Crimes
Financial Crimes
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Government Agencies
Government Agencies
0.8%
0.8%
19
19
Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence
0.8%
0.8%
20
20
DEA
DEA
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Commander
Commander
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Identity Theft
Identity Theft
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Interview Witnesses
Interview Witnesses
0.6%
0.6%
24
24
Confidential Informants
Confidential Informants
0.6%
0.6%
25
25
Internal Investigations
Internal Investigations
0.5%
0.5%
26
26
Administrative Hearings
Administrative Hearings
0.5%
0.5%
27
27
Federal Courts
Federal Courts
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Exchange Information
Exchange Information
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
DOD
DOD
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Police Reports
Police Reports
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Auto Theft
Auto Theft
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Ncic
Ncic
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
ATF
ATF
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Crime Victims
Crime Victims
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Public Corruption
Public Corruption
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Federal Bureau
Federal Bureau
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Secret Service
Secret Service
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Medicaid
Medicaid
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Detail Investigation Findings
Detail Investigation Findings
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Court Testimony
Court Testimony
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
IRS
IRS
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
State Statutes
State Statutes
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Uniform Code
Uniform Code
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Local Agencies
Local Agencies
0.3%
0.3%

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